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Growth of China is pushing Indian B schools to learn their language mandarin!


 
PRLog - Apr. 15, 2014 - DELHI/NCR, India -- We all know that china has overtaken us in many fields and is also giving tough completion to global players particularly in areas of manufacturing.

Naturally any object being produced needs marketing services and this phenomenon raises opportunities for MBA graduates. China too needs now to open up from its’ so called conservativeness and they have bravely accepting society change at large.

Global players are present at China and Indian companies too not far off. India being neighboring country has close proximity to china business wise and religious beliefs wise. Buddhism in china is glaring example.

But language still remains handicap for those who are not able to converse in Chinese dialect mandarin!

Indian B schools are pushed to induct oral speaking mandarin in the curriculum so much so that IIM Bangalore adds marks in CGPA of students. IIM C and IIM A are also not behind followed by JBIMS.

Besides B schools, entrepreneurs who are doing small time businesses with china are at ease when they are able to learn mandarin.

Economy of china is rapidly growing and with learning mandarin language B school students will not only be benefited in terms of jobs being opened in China by MNCs but students will get a global perspective also.

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